Student Destinations

Hit the Slopes in Vermont this Spring Break

March 2, 2015

While some flock to the beaches for spring break, others prefer to take advantage of great conditions and minimal crowds in the Green Mountain State of Vermont. No matter your budget or comfort level on the slopes, there are plenty of options to [...]

Learning Adventures Await Student Groups in San Francisco

February 27, 2015

Walk below an aquarium of colorful fish, put your curiosity to the test in a learning laboratory and learn all about San Francisco’s history, all in one day. In the City by the Bay, student groups can easily jump from one exciting attraction to [...]

Buffalo Shines as a Surprising Student Travel Destination

February 6, 2015

When you hear New York, more often then not you think of high-rise buildings and taxi-filled streets and non-stop activities. Rarely do people consider the sites outside of Manhattan, but perhaps they should. Buffalo, located next to Lake Erie in [...]

Los Angeles offers Students the Glamour of Hollywood

January 23, 2015

California’s “City of Angels” is one of America’s top 10 vacation destinations year after year, and with good reason. As one of the country’s largest cities, Los Angeles has plenty to offer for school trips. With countless [...]

Argentina Delight Student Groups with Natural Wonders

November 7, 2014

While this article won’t tell you everything you need to know about the country, it will tell you about a land full of majestic canyons, glaciers, waterfalls, tropical rainforests and rock formations that resemble everything from turtles to the [...]

Orlando’s Unexpectedly Artistic Side

October 22, 2014

As any parent or student travel planner knows, Orlando is where you’ll find the most iconic theme parks – and therefore thousands of excited, screaming children.  But this city has hidden depths, although locals might argue that the depths are [...]

Travel through Spain in the Footsteps of Don Quixote

September 24, 2014

But what if there was a way teachers could change all that? They could make reading in Spanish fun while at the same time have the book come to life before their eyes. Taking your students on the route Don Quixote and his trusty squire, Sancho [...]

Taking on Two Chicago Towers

July 14, 2014

I had the opportunity to rise to the top of two of Chicago’s tallest towers (say that five times fast), and what an experience I had. As I rested my forehead against the glass walls in true Ferris Bueller’s Day Off fashion, many thoughts rushed [...]

Experience the Majesty of Bavarian Castles

May 6, 2014

Bavaria, a region in Germany, is well known for its wide variety of castles and palaces. Castles have been built in Bavaria since the Middle Ages for a number of different reasons. Munich is the centerpiece of Bavaria, but there are plenty of [...]

The Basics of Student Group Travel in Thailand

April 15, 2014

While Thailand may not be a historically important country, it is one of the most beautiful. It is located in Southeast Asia and provides a unique look into an interesting culture. For those who plan to visit, the area is a combination of [...]
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